An updated version of the classic Hannah-Barbera mystery cartoon. The story for this series is about the same as for the older series, with one major change: the Mystery Machine gang is now... See full summary »
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An updated, hour-long version of the classic Hannah-Barbera mystery cartoon. Fred, Daphne, Velma, Shaggy and Scooby-Doo travel from town to town in their van, The Mystery Machine, solving cases of hauntings, monsters and unexplained occurrences. In this series, the gang is joined by Scooby's pint-sized nephew, Scrappy-Doo. Unlike his uncle, little Scrappy is constantly looking for a fight, and it is all Scooby and Shaggy can do to keep him from hurtling head-on into every ghost and monster they encounter. Of course, after doing a little investigating, most of these ghosts and monsters turn out not to be so scary after all. Written by
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Scrappy stole the show with his loving, energetic, bold performance. I loved him and he does not deserve all the bad press. An articulate puppy without fear was the perfect companion for the cowardly duo. There were real monsters too and lots of comic moments. I prefer episodes with Scrappy to those without him. He did not harm the show. He added entertainment value and once he was in he stayed. So some of the public must have liked him. Scooby & Shaggy certainly did. He might have caused trouble but he also splatted the monsters. A good friend to have really. The accompanying cartoon wasn't bad either. How could anyone resist a puppy? Puppy power!
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